Obama’s second Wisconsin trip in two weeks to include Labor Day event at Marcus Amphitheater
U.S. Sen. Barack Obama will return to Wisconsin this Monday, Labor Day, to headline a Rally for America’s Workers in Milwaukee. The trip comes on the heels of Obama’s acceptance speech at the Democratic National Convention, where he spoke directly to America about the choice we face in this election. Obama will continue to lay out his plans to provide real relief for working families and discuss why we can’t afford four more years of the same old politics and the same old policies, which is all that John McCain is offering. The event will be held at the Marcus Amphitheater and will be open to the public, though a free ticket is required.
The visit is Obama’s second to Wisconsin in as many weeks. Last Sunday, August 24, Obama worshipped at First Lutheran Church in Eau Claire and joined area residents for a Sunday Picnic-style discussion on revitalizing our economy and lifting up America’s middle class.
Details of Monday’s event are below.
MONDAY SEPTEMBER 1
RALLY FOR AMERICA’S WORKERS WITH BARACK OBAMA
200 North Harbor Drive
Milwaukee, WI 53202
Doors Open: 3:00 PM
Program Begins: 6:00 PM
The event is free and open to the public. However, tickets are REQUIRED. Members of the public are invited to pick up free tickets at the location below beginning at Noon on Sunday until tickets run out. Tickets and space at the event are limited and available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Campaign for Change Office-Sheboygan
501 N. 8th St.
Sheboygan, WI 53018
***For security reasons, do not bring bags. Please limit personal items. No signs or banners allowed.***